Following recent announcements CRI has attracted widespread attention by foreign media.
CRI’s activity in China prompted a correspondent from Swedish public radio station - Sveriges Radio - to visit the George Olah Renewable Methanol Plant and conduct an interview with CRI’s Director of Business Development Benedikt Stefánsson. Two separate segments were aired, one with special emphasis on green technology development in China and the other on the concept of carbon capture and utilisation in general.
For the Swedish radio coverage on CRI (in Swedish) see:
In December, the successful testing of methanol-fuelled sedan vehicles was comprehensively covered by media outlets in and out of Iceland. Fleet tests conducted by CRI staff, members of the Icelandic Automobile Association and several other local service providers in the auto industry have demonstrated the Geely Emgrand’s capacity to meet the demands of modern urban drivers while reducing the emission of CO2 by more than 70%.
For more coverage on the methanol fuelled cars see:
In addition, CRI’s efforts to recycle CO2 was recently featured in an article of Chemistry World published by the Royal Society of Chemistry.
CRI welcomes the increased attention to Carbon Capture and Utilisation (CCU) and its role in shaping the field.